University of Washington
This is the very first evidence of muon precession in the new g-2 experiment at Fermilab. Kim Siang made the plot on behalf of "the thousands" who built the beamlines, the storage ring, and the experimental equipment. The commissioning run continues until July 7th.
Muon group at Fermilab Muon Campus Building MC1 where we run the Muon g-2 experiment.
Back row: John Lee, Zhenghao Fu, Ethan Muldoon, Seth Kimes, Sean Fell, Erik Lentz, Martin Fertl, David Hyde, Jim Elms, Walter Pettus, Matthias Smith, Samuel Sexton, Joshua Oppor, Peter Doe, Ian Guinn, Nick Force
Second to back row: Alejandro Garcia, Kim Siang Khaw, Krishna Venkateswara, Raphael Cervantes, Ting Lin, Nick Du, Eric Machado, Ali Ashtari Esfahani, Luke Kippenbrock, Henry Gorrell, Celia Chor, Nathan Froemming, Richard Ottens
Left: Photo of 'compact-BRS', a compact interferometric tiltmeter for Newtonian noise mitigation. If you zoom in, you can see Krishna Venkateswara (photo credit) and Michael Ross in the reflection.
Right: Photo shows one of our two tiltmeters used actively to stabilize the interferometer against wind.